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MCWEF welcomes new board members

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The Medina County Women’s Endowment Fund gained two new advisory board members. Join us in welcoming Sonja P. Pagniano and Victoria A. Wickley to our fund.

Sonja P. Pagniano,
Medina County Women's Endowment Fund
board member

Sonja P. Pagniano is the assistant director of annual giving for The College of Wooster. Before her current role, Sonja spent more than five years working in fundraising and development positions for various nonprofit organizations. She also served as the associate planner for Medina County, working to improve community development.

Sonja is very involved in local volunteer work, currently serving on the summer safari committee for the Akron Zoo and community impact committee for Torchbearers of Akron. She has also dedicated time to assist on boards and committees for organizations such as, Main Street Wadsworth, Main Street Medina, Medina County Census, and more. Sonja earned her has a master’s in public administration from Kent State University. She lives with her husband and two dogs in Wadsworth. 

Victoria A. Glowacki
Medina County Women's Endowment Fund board member

Victoria A. Glowacki works as an attorney for Cleveland-based Zashin & Rich. Prior to joining Zashin & Rich in 2006, Victoria served as a law clerk and staff attorney for the Honorable James L. Kimbler, Judge of the Medina County Court of Common Pleas.

Victoria is a member of the domestic relations group at Zashin & Rich. Victoria's practice focuses on representing her clients throughout all facets of domestic relations, such as divorce, dissolution, legal separation, the establishment and modification of child custody and child support, spousal support, division of property, and all post-decree matters.

Victoria also represents clients in juvenile court matters, such as establishment of paternity, custody, and parenting time, establishment of child support, and modifications of the allocation of parental rights and responsibilities, parenting time, and child support. Victoria's practice has taken her to not only Cuyahoga County, but also Medina, Lake, Summit, Geauga, Lorain, Wayne, and Portage Counties.

A Cleveland native and current Medina resident, Victoria graduated from The University of Akron School of Law in 2005. She is a member of the Ohio State and Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and received Super Lawyers' Rising Star recognition in 2010, 2012 and 2013.

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